Last week former Assistant FBI Director Ron Hosko, who now leads the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, sent a scathing letter to President Obama about the broken relationship between DOJ and law enforcement across the country under Holder's leadership and used the situation in Ferguson, Missouri as an example.
"As we move forward with the selection and confirmation of a new attorney general, I ask that you personally reengage with the law enforcement community of dedicated and valiant men and women across the country, serving at every level of government.
With two years remaining in your presidency, you have an urgent responsibility to correct damage inflicted upon law enforcement and help mend the rift between police and those they protect.
The Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund will be happy to support any such discussions," Hosko
Many officers were disgusted by such a transparent political maneuver at a time when presidential and attorney general leadership could have calmed a truly chaotic situation," Hosko